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Old 08-22-2005, 11:12 PM   #1
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50 lb injectors to much?

hey guys i want to run on pump gas but be able to bump up boost at the track occasionaly im going with the crower rodes je pistons ported head with ferrea valves stage 2 cams and a custom t3 setup will the 50 lb injectors be to much fuel for me? or just about good ill probably run around 12 psi on teh street 18 or so on the track


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50`s will be slightly larger than you need but work fine

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you should be good with 42pounders...
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thanks tom. ill be purchasing the sct prp from you and having you tune it so be advised this is coming your way haha
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50's are a bit overkill but with proper tuning you will harm nothing.
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50# injectors are not over kill, especially in FI applications. Its better to NOT use all the duty cycle of an injector than to max it out.
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I agree with 03.. I have huge injectors coming. But I also have big plans......I would rather not max them out for further tuning reasons. But larger is better and tuning is the key.
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at what point are 42lb injectors maxed out? meaning at what power level or boost level??? im running 42s now and just got a focus-power kit... i have the built engine/trans and a pectel for tuning so i just want to know if i should get ready to purchase some injectors? looking for 300whp

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